Located on Interstate 35 and State Highways 130 and 29, at the northern edge of the metro area, Georgetown is the county seat of Williamson County. In addition to our proximity to highways, Georgetown boasts a towered Reliever General Aviation Airport with a 5,004-foot runway and a short-line, dual-rail carrier with direct connections to both Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroads. Georgetown’s City-owned utility service (GUS) has recently made international news for our conversion to 100 percent renewable energy. This conversion to wind and solar allows Georgetown to provide low-cost, reliable energy now and into the future with contracted rates for businesses. The city also promotes its commercial/ industrial districts, available improved building sites, strong work force within a 30-mile radius, low taxes, and business friendly atmosphere. Georgetown businesses and citizens enjoy excellent schools, low crime, Main Street designation, award-winning parks with a trail system along the cool, clear waters Of the San Gabriel River connecting Lake Georgetown to the historic downtown square, high quality of life, and a friendly community dedicated to preserving its heritage while providing an environment where businesses will prosper. Georgetown is a beautiful city rich with history, attracting both visitors and new residents. In fact, Georgetown has been named the fastest-growing city of its size. Citizens and visitors enjoy a large variety of shopping and dining options, the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas, and all of the abundant amenities and natural resources Georgetown has to offer. The community is home to a popular Sun City retirement community and is a vibrant college town as well, thanks to Southwestern University and other area colleges.
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